October 23, 2014
“NIH Mated Live Ebola With The Common Cold” – Bio Weapons Expert
By Susan Duclos
In the video below, David Knight starts with the question of how did the Ebola virus, supposedly transmitted by animals, travel thousands of miles with no outbreaks in between, to cause the deadliest outbreak in history, in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia?
Bio weapons expert Dr. Francis Boyle, who wrote the 1989 Biological Weapons and Anti-Terrorism Act, joins Knight to answer that question and at the 1:42 minute mark, the most terrifying statement comes out of Mr. Boyle when he says “The National Institutes Of Health mated live Ebola with the virus for the common cold.”
This is information that goes unreported in the mainstream media, as evidenced by a NYT report that Knight brings up in the interview, titled “White House to Cut Funding for Risky Biological Study,” where the following claim is made:
“The moratorium is only on research on influenza virus and the coronaviruses that cause SARS and MERS. It made no mention of Ebola or any related filovirus. Ebola is already extremely lethal, but it is not easily transmittable.
No scientist has publicly announced an attempt to make Ebola as easy to transmit with a sneeze as flu is. Given the current panic around Ebola, and congressional anger at federal health agencies, it is unlikely that federal funding for such a project would be given out.”
Notice the word semantics in the NYT article, saying that no scientist has publicly announced that type of dangerous research, yet as Dr. Boyle points out in the video below, not only has such research been conducted, but the very location of US research labs in the hottest Ebola zones of the 2014 outbreak which has killed over 4,500 people, with the World Health Organization (WHO) saying thatthere is likely three times that amount in actual numbers, is a smoking gun that suggests, wheteher on purpose or by accident, the Ebola virus being seen today, a strain never seen before, could be man-made.
Dr. Boyle offers insights and information on other important pieces of the puzzle, including the documented cases of “lab accidents” that have occurred in the past with the Ebola virus and more on the research labs in west Africa, making for short, fascinating, and very informative interview.